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The Boston Real Estate Investors Association Announces May Event Theme: How To Create A Constant Stream Of Motivated Sellers and Hungry Buyers

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The Boston Real Estate Investors Association is showing ordinary people how to create wealth the easy way, by using the power of the Internet.

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, April 10, 2014, Who wouldn’t like to become a wealthy Real Estate Investor? Attending Seminars and buying the same tired books will not do the trick. In these high tech days, doesn’t it make sense to harness the power of the Internet to help streamline and automate the processes that are required to do more deals. The good news is that there are systems that can be set-up, and technology that can be used to generate more leads. This is what it takes to make the quest for successful real estate investing more reachable by everyone.

The Boston Real Estate Investors Association has scheduled the next meeting for May 6th, 2014, at Hilton Hotel, 25 Allied Drive, Dedham, MA. As with all meetings, the attendees are encouraged to Network amongst themselves, and an opportunity to address the members with their “Haves” and “Wants”. There will also be a presentation covering the latest in trend analysis for the Boston area, including existing homes, new homes, foreclosures, REO, short sales, and traditional sales. There will also be a complete analysis of the economic condition of Boston with trend analysis of employment data, bankruptcies and current events shaping the real estate investing market. Every serious real estate investor must keep-up with this type of information in order to close more deals, or the competition will.

Attendees will have the rare opportunity to learn real estate investing secrets, tips and tricks by none other than Duncan Wierman, aka “Mr. Lead Generation”. Duncan has gained notoriety as the world’s foremost real estate lead generation strategist. He will be giving a high-powered presentation that will astound everyone with just how easy it can be when they have the right knowledge and tools within reach.

During a recent press conference, Duncan had this to say: “The absolutely, positively, most important knowledge you need is not about buying houses .. It is about “MARKETING YOUR REAL ESTATE ABILITIES”. There are 100′s of ways to do a deal, but if you don’t have LEADS you have NOTHING. It’s time to face reality. You are not in the real estate business… you’re in the business of marketing! If you want to prosper as a real estate entrepreneur, you require a totally new set of marketing skills. Skills you’ll never get from any “Traditional” source.”

For complete event information, please visit: The Boston Real Estate Investors Association

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Company Name: Boston Real Estate Investors Association
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Email: bostonreia@gmail.com
Phone: 888.811.2991
Address:1528 Tremont Street, Suite 2C
City: Duxbury
State: MA 02332
Country: United States
Website: www.bostonrealestateinvestorsassociation.com/

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